Hasselblad comes back with the spanking new 50-megapixel H3DII-50. The camera features a 36 X 48mm Kodak sensor that generates 300MB files at 1FPS. The good news is that the owners of the H3DII-39 can trade it up for the H3DII-50. The camera will be released in October 2008. Sadly, the pricing info is still unknown. [Engadget]
Mustek has announced their first digital camera called the DV300T. It looks like a cell phone, however it is just a camera. It features a 3.1 megapixel resolution,a PMP, a voice recorder, and an e-book reader. No word on pricing or availability, but it shouldn’t be that much considering this camera isn’t at all that impressive.
Sony will release two new HD-capable camcorders. The first one is the Sony HDR-SR8 that boasts a 3.2MP video sensor and 10X optical zoom. Sony will release it on July 9th for $1,600. The second camcorder is the Sony SR5C that provides up to 100GB of storage capacity. The Sony SR5C camcorder will be launched on July 9th for $1,300.
Canon introduced two new digital cameras in its digital ELPH line; the SD750 and SD1000. They come in stainless steel or dual-tone matte black. Both use the new Canon DIGIC III image processor, which is said to increase performance and improve image quality. The SD750 features a 3-inch LCD, touch control dials on the rear, and 3x zoom, while the SD1000 lacks the touch-stuff but provides a 2.5-inch LCD and 3x zoom. The Canon SD750 and SD1000 cost $300 and $350 respectively. These cameras will be released in March, 2007.
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For only $299.95 Fuji’s FinePix F20 is a bang for its buck type of camera. Fuji’s F20 is a 6.3-megapixel camera with 3.0x optical zoom, a 1/1.7-inch Super CCD HR, 15 scene modes, and a large 2.5-inch LCD display. The F20 goes on sale next month. Via MobileWhack.